#Globalcitizens of the world unite – for this year we have an historic world leaders' summit and a confluence of conferences. World leaders will be deciding all our fates for us, so we need to #demandbetter from them, and remind them they work for us. Here are the key movement moments when activists must be loud and clear.
In 2015, it’s still the case that we don’t have vaccines for some of the deadliest diseases on the planet. But that doesn’t mean they’re not on their way. Here are five areas where new vaccines are being developed, each one of which could make a huge difference to people’s health worldwide if realised.
When her husband died, Gladys Chepkorir had no time to linger on the grief. “Immediately after he died, his family started to ask me for the title deed,” she said. But her father knew that Kenya was in the process of adopting a new constitution that gave women unprecedented rights, including the right to own and inherit l...
Our friends at Accountability Lab did an Instagram takeover on ONE's account from Liberia in December and we've collected the images and stories together. Here are some of the hidden heroes Blair has found in Liberia who are using innovative ways to beat the Ebola.
Hello ONErs – Hooray! We made it! – It’s ONE-ONE day! To celebrate with all you lovely world-changing ONE members, I’ve got a bunch of New Year wishes I’m going to embarrass myself by sharing - and a cast iron commitment I am making to this community.
Wherever we live in the world, our agriculture, food, family celebrations and our culture are what binds us to our countries. Within the African continent, there's a huge diversity of food culture. We asked our Africa team, who are made up of many African nationalities, to share their favourite foods.
Recently, donor countries agreed to allocate more aid to the countries most in need and to reverse the declining trend of development assistance to the poorest countries. However donors fell short of listening to calls by least developed countries themselves and committing half of their aid to these countries.
“I can see a difference in how the children are interacting,” David remarks, sitting back in his chair. “Since they are full after eating, they can play more. And now, they are not getting infected with diseases because they are strong.”
We are Africa United is a new global team of football stars and health organisations who are banding together to support those who are on the front line. In this video, football stars including ONE ambassador Yaya Touré, Patrick Viera and Patrice Muamba state: "I'm no hero" but the health workers fighting Ebola are.
A lot of global development news broke in 2014. With the help of ONE's excellent policy team, we rounded up the most important findings of the year, from nutrition to energy. Scroll through to catch up on facts you may have missed.
Our top stories this year include a Google Earth tour of the world's most corrupt homes, Ebola explained in infographics, and GIFs every activist will relate to. Enjoy catching up on anything you missed, and we look forward to bringing you more great blogs next year.
Malala Yousafzai today becomes the youngest person to receive the Nobel Peace Prize. In this open letter to world leaders, she calls on them to seize the unique opportunity 2015 brings to “do better” – not just on education – but on development and climate too. We’re thrilled Malala has spok......
All over the world, people are coming up with new and innovative ways to help shut down the Ebola crisis that is still affecting Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea. We’ve already shared stories about how people in West Africa are responding, and now a start-up in Ghana has come up with another great idea: Bitcoin Against Ebol...
On International Anti-Corruption Day, Miles Litvinoff from Publish What You Pay UK shares the progress that’s been made in bringing more transparency to the global oil, gas and mining industries, and the big issues we still need to tackle.